MakerBot Print is our newest print-prepration software, which supports native CAD files and STL assemblies,
allows you to interact with all your printers via the Cloud, and many other exciting new features.
Cura and Slic3r have each their benefits but I can't see they would differ in print quality. All depends on the settings.
But no matter which slicer I use, I always check the gcode in the preview of the Repetier Host.
There you can check very detailed every move of the print.
Go to "Edit G-Code"
Select "Show Single Layer"
Go to the layer you want to check and select "Last Layer"
It brings you to the last line of this layer.
Now you can go step by step backwards by using the up arrow key. Every move will light up now.
To see it better select a light color for "Selected Filament" (Confic - Preferences - Filament)
Note: you can only see the movements on the selected layer.
Repetier Host has Cura and Slic3r integrated: https://www.repetier.com/